West St. Paul City Council took the first steps to regulate marijuana, discussed a new West St. Paul Days, two drive thrus were approved, and a townhouse project moved forward after some consternation.
Busy night for the West St. Paul City Council with six public hearings and discussion on big topics including a new Celebrate West St. Paul Days event and recreational marijuana.
The West St. Paul City Council did a lot this week, including officially hiring a new city manager, approving the return of Burger King and a drive thru for Jimmy John’s, approving two of three proposed charter amendments, and clearing the way for pickleball.
The West St. Paul City Council will officially approve a new city manager on Monday, as well as approving drive thrus for Burger King and Jimmy Johns, plus consider three charter amendments.
Earlier this month Celebrate West St. Paul Days—the organization responsible for the annual West St. Paul Days events, including the parade and West St. Paul royalty—announced they were shutting down.
The West St. Paul City Council learned about a ground breaking new mental health program for firefighters, officially expanded the Beyond the Yellow Ribbon Network, and addressed a brewing controversy over anti-abortion signs.